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Spring is a wonderful time of year. Summer, winter and fall may have their fans, but spring is clearly the most lovable of the four seasons. Why? The temperatures are moderate. We can say goodbye to freezing winter and have some time to enjoy the more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Kate Chase Sprague and her daughter sat on one side of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Narragansett while her ex-husband, William Sprague IV, sat on the other side with his new wife. The gold-mounted, solid rosewood coffin at the front more
By STEVE MEROLLA History Notes is a biweekly entry in the Sun Rise that features a passage from the Johnston Historical Society. This week's story comes from April 1998. Among the many hardships facing our forbears in the early history of the town was more
By DON FOWLER Whether you paid $35 for a second balcony seat or big bucks to support the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School last Sunday afternoon, you received more than your money's worth in one of the greatest concerts I have ever more
By ROB DUGUAY A good measuring stick to use when it comes to how enjoyable a band is can be the impression it leaves after a performance. Johnston jam band Tai Chi Funk Squad has a knack for leaving concert-goers with an energy and enthusiasm that more
By CINDY FERA My name is Cindy Fera. I have been in the health, wellness and beauty industry for more than 40 years. I have seen a lot of changes, not only in this world we live in but also in how we define old age and combat it. I'm going to share with more
By KELLY SULLIVAN The lights and the crowds, the stars and applause; for most people, it's just a dream. But for one Warwick boy, Broadway and Hollywood were his destiny. Arthur Preston Aylsworth was born in the village of Apponaug on Aug. 12, 1883. His more
Living independently was a rite of passage for Mark. Following a near-fatal motorcycle accident five years ago, he had been in and out of hospitals, operating rooms and rehabilitation facilities, and was finally happy to be free from all of the drama. He more
For the past 31 years, Rhode Island students in grades four through eight have competed for top honors in the Rhode Island Geography Bee and the chance to travel to the national contest in … more
DUMBO (Dark Disney classic) * * * Everyone remembers the Disney cartoon about the baby elephant with ears big enough to help him fly. Tim Burton has remade the story using live action with some very good special effects and some very dark moments, which more
GLORIA BELL * * * (Middle age angst) Julianne Moore stars as Gloria, a middle-aged (late 50s) divorced woman with baggage who finds romance with a middle-aged divorced man (John Turturro) with much more baggage. Both have two grown children. His won't more
HOTEL MUMBAI * * (Horrifying, disturbing, true terrorist story) The most disturbing thing about Hotel Mumbai" is that it is based on a true story of the attack on the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai in 2008. Director Anthony Maras pulls no punches in" more
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